#M11522 – 2015 $10 New York City Skylines S/S

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Mint Stamp Sheet Highlights New York City’s Skyline 
 
The mint stamp on this sheet shows one of New York’s most famous structures – the Empire State Building. It’s been a part of the city’s skyline since its completion in 1931. The selvage pictures One World Trade Center. Known as the Freedom Tower, it was built on the sight of the first World Trade Center buildings.
 
This mint stamp sheet lets you see the sights of New York City without leaving the comfort of your home.
 
 
 
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Mint Stamp Sheet Highlights New York City’s Skyline 
 
The mint stamp on this sheet shows one of New York’s most famous structures – the Empire State Building. It’s been a part of the city’s skyline since its completion in 1931. The selvage pictures One World Trade Center. Known as the Freedom Tower, it was built on the sight of the first World Trade Center buildings.
 
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